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you really can’t have everything

Here is the first in a series of 3 videos I am making that feature excerpts from my essay “Things to Remember Not to Forget.”  The essay was just published in an anthology called “Because I Love Her: 34 Women Writers on the Mother-Daughter Bond,” edited by Andrea N. Richesin.  The photos are from an amazing site of “American vernacular photography” (i.e., found snapshots)  called Square America

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one year after I decided to start a blog

I’m finally doing it.  I love to read blogs.  But, with two little kids and many stories playing themselves out in my head most of the time, lots of nights I fall asleep still in my clothes.

You know, really.  My plate is full.  Overly full.  Spilling off onto the table.  But that has to be a good thing, right?
 
How things are with me.

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